Translation of chairperson in Spanish:


presidente, n.

Pronunciation /ˈtʃɛrˌpərs(ə)n/ /ˈtʃɛːpəːs(ə)n/

nounplural chairpersons

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    presidente masculine
    presidenta feminine
    • Lord mayors and council chairpersons from all over Ireland met in the Seven Oaks Hotel recently for a training forum organised by the General Council of County Councils.
    • Up to now local public representatives, excluding council chairpersons and mayors, have only received expenses for their work.
    • Held in Athlone, the special training course was attended by newly elected mayors and council chairpersons from every county.
    • Most of the focus groups met during the daytime: the focus group chairpersons whose employment directly included their participation in the West Gate partnership did not like more evening meetings than were necessary.
    • In the last three years there has been a massive and pointless process of appointing directors, chairpersons, executives, committees and managers, of proposals, objections, enquiries, planning and publishing and consultation.
    • In the last few weeks all over Ireland, county councillors have been electing mayors and chairpersons onto town, city and county councils in party-pacts the length and breath of this country.
    • Additional payment is made to everyone, from group leaders, executive members through to committee chairpersons and run-of-the-mill ward councillors.
    • Council chairpersons and their deputies also receive an additional allowance which is decided by the local authority while members of a council's strategic policy committee are entitled to an allowance of just over 5,000.
    • Their age is an asset which still has value, because they can serve as advisers, consultants, honorary chairpersons or directors in certain institutions, even after retirement.
    • The commission will comprise a chairperson, three deputy chairpersons and three other members and will be elected for a term of six years by Parliament.
    • This year's event was so successful that they have requested the same chairpersons to manage it again next year.
    • Sugar barons appoint their cronies or family members as chairpersons and directors.
    • The playground has been promised by successive council chairpersons for several years.
    • As chairperson of Ballycroy Community Council he welcomed everyone to the parish.
    • The lack of a chairperson providing leadership has also had a major detrimental impact.
    • She sits as a recorder and she is also a part-time chairperson of employment tribunals.
    • It is of paramount importance that the chairperson and the director work well together.
    • The minister was speaking when he met chief executives and board chairpersons of statutory bodies under the Ministry of Commerce at the ministry's headquarters.
    • Guests will include local dignitaries, Asian entrepreneurs and chairpersons of other Asian networks and organisations.
    • It is the rarefied cultural world of museums, art galleries and arts councils where talented and ambitious administrators and their equally intelligent and powerful committees and chairpersons play the role of patron.